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The Home Front: Western Slope case raises questions about marijuana vs....

"Complications in the criminal case of a Palisade hemp farmer are highlighting the reality for law enforcement agencies that prosecuting marijuana crimes in Colorado...

The Home Front: Federal and state officials are investigating a ‘potential...

"A potential mine discharge and fish kill in the upper portions of Boulder County's Left Hand Creek linked to an Environmental Protection Agency Superfund...

The Home Front: Russians ‘targeted the Colorado Springs-based U.S. Anti-Doping Agency’...

"Russian military intelligence targeted the Colorado Springs-based U.S. Anti-Doping Agency with a four-year hacking and smear campaign, according to a federal indictment unsealed Thursday,"...

The Home Front: In Southwest Colorado, this year’s drought is ‘one...

"This year’s drought is one for the record books, – especially for Southwest Colorado," reports The Durango Herald. "The Colorado water year, which ends...

The Home Front: The U.S. Olympic Committee, based in Colorado, ‘will...

"Ahead of meetings that could lead to changes in how the U.S. Olympic Committee governs individual sports, the organization on Monday announced big changes...

The Home Front: Court fight over policy to police pot doctors...

"A lawsuit that accused Colorado regulators of quietly and illegally concocting a policy to police doctors who recommend medical marijuana to patients was entirely...

The Home Front: Group trying to restrict fracking in Colorado accuses...

"For the second time in just over a week, a group hoping to restrict oil and gas operations in Colorado says a contractor it...

The Home Front: In Pueblo, Colorado, ‘there are 25 candidates running...

"When Colorado Springs created its strong-mayor style of government in 2011, it included a provision that said members of City Council needed to give...

The Home Front: Colorado’s economy ‘is flush and so are expected...

"Colorado's economy is flush and so are expected revenues to the state, economic forecasters told legislators Wednesday," reports The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel. "Even...

The Home Front: Colorado Springs city leaders want $2,500 in fines...

"In a move affecting countless homeless campers across Colorado Springs, city leaders want to more aggressively ticket people living alongside creeks and waterways, even...